You dread another work trip to Las Vegas. Or, you were curious to see the Strip for the first time and got overwhelmed. Now you're hungover, broke and the Strip doesn't look so great at the crack of dawn.
You can't wait to get out, so why would anyone live in Las Vegas?
Experience Las Vegas like a local and you'll thank me! Keep reading to find out why!
Where Do Locals Go?
You need a break from the overpriced tourist chaos of the Strip. Go explore, eat great food by local restauranteurs, check out work by local artists, catch fringe theater and and learn about Las Vegas' history. You'll be surprised at how relaxed you can feel in Las Vegas AND feel great supporting local businesses around the Valley.
Got it? Now get out there and explore Las Vegas Like a Local.
This is it folks, tonight is the 3rd and final Presidential Debate hosted by UNLV. What can we expect? Who knows, just grab the popcorn and we’ll all find out tonight. In the meanwhile… There is no shortage of activity when it comes to responses to Trump’s word and actions. Getting coverage right now is […]
Grab a Coffee with Pour Coffeehouse Las Vegas Independent coffeehouses have a small but strong footprint in Las Vegas. Pour Coffeehouse opened in October 2015 and is the newest shop making its mark in the Valley. Owner Deborah Armstrong carefully curates her menu with locally sourced products from roasted coffee beans to pastries and provides a bright […]
You won’t be disappointed by the four Nevada wineries you can visit outside of Las Vegas. Not many people think of Nevada as wine country but there’s a growing community of vintners that have long believed in its potential. Did you know there are four Nevada wineries you can visit? The oldest, Pahrump Winery, was established in 1990 and is just an hour […]
Halloween in Las Vegas is getting closer and there are plenty of activities locals will enjoy without hitting the Strip. Haunted houses? Creepy harvests? Body part cocktails? These are just a few of the findings we’re bookmarking for this 2015 Las Vegas Halloween. Las Vegas Halloween Parade Canceled First, some sad news is that the Las Vegas […]
Thomas & Mack Center. Image Source: Mike Stotts/Las Vegas Review-Journal file Las Vegas will host the final presidential debate at the Thomas & Mack Center. The last debate is scheduled for October 19th 2015. Las Vegas came out ahead of a list of 16 cities including Nashville TN, Birmingham AL and Jacksonville FL. According to the Las […]
Did you know plans have been in the works for years to connect Southern California to Las Vegas by rail? An 80 minute train ride from SoCal to Las Vegas may actually happen if the project kicks off in September 2016. Well, after decades of failed proposals one seems to be getting traction, this one between XpressWest […]